Hedgehogs are one of the nation’s favourite species, yet there’s a worrying decline in numbers. The Regent’s Park is the only central London Royal Park with a breeding population.
‘Green Fingers in the Park‘ is a project where children and local community groups can get their hands dirty and make a real difference to their local green space.
Beverley Brook - a 14.3km stretch of river that passes through Richmond Park - is being restored by The Royal Parks to help the river meet its environmental targets.
Learn about the improvements made to the Isabella Plantation as a result of a Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund ‘Parks for People’ award.
Preventative measures to reduce the risk of transmission of non-native invasive species, pests and pathogens. Good practice involves early detection of pests, ongoing surveillance and contingency planning.